Apr 5, 2010
OUR 6TH TEA CUP TUESDAY!
Hi Ladies! Hope you all had a wonderful Easter. My was spent with family. My children shared Easter breakfast and church with Mom. Nothing makes me happier than having my children in the church they were raised in. We were able to praise the Lord as a family! That was my Easter gift and it was perfect. My husband and I spent a quiet evening together watching "The 10 Commandments". It was perfect. God is good.
Well, this is our 6th Tea Cup Tuesday! Each week you have shared so many beautiful tea cups. The cups are as diverse as you are. I can't wait to see what you have for me to look at this week. Remember, anyone can join, the more the merrier! Please tell you tea cup loving friends! We want to take a peek. All you have to do is fill in the "Mr. Linky". It does it all for you.
The cups I am sharing is week are blue. The first one is the blue daisies. It is a Queen Anne from England. Love all the blue daisies. It reminds me of my beloved sister-in-law, Maureen, who just loves daisies. I just might have to send it to her. The other pale blue tea cup is a Royal Standard, England. It looks very Easter like to me, in a delicate, pale blue color.
The last two are both Haviland, Limoges. Did I ever tell you I collect Haviland, Limoges? Well, I do! This manufacturer is my all time favorite. I collect their cups, dishes, anything Limoges, I just love. I have three sets of dinner ware, beautiful. I just need to show you them. I will soon, I promise. Limoges would be another reason for therapy. Did I mention the Limoges cups are demitasse? The handles on these cups look like gold ribbons.
The last pictures I am going to show you are of Noah. He said he was my Easter present and he sat in a basket. He looked so cute.
Please don't forget to visit Terri, at http://artfulaffirmations.blogspot.com/. She is the brains of this twosome. Her post always includes some history about her tea cups. Very informative and her tea cups are always stunning!